Be aware of your own mind. Let it be undisturbed and free of confusion, because only then can you be of help to others. Otherwise you just remain confused, confusing yourself, and there’s no way to really be of help to anyone else. Don’t get too overexcited about this, either. Just relax, sit upright, and be open — wide open and carefree. The view in the Great Perfection, is to be totally open and carefree.
Be free of hope and fear. Train in a carefree way. In order to know really how to train, we need to remind ourselves to be carefree and at ease — not spaced out or dull and withdrawn, but simply at ease." - Tsoknyi Rinpoche
oushi wrote:Unbiased love is an appearance of free nature ( ),
and care is an appearance of unbiased love (( )).
Then thoughts and feelings are appearances of care ((( ))).
As far as words can express in this way; unbiased love seen as aspect of free nature, is not abiding anywhere and so free from any grasping to self or other
muni wrote:Isn't awaken nature always spontaneous caring without ever an exhaustion?
'Its like its own simple breathing'. ( metaphor.)
muni wrote:Care free: hang a dry fish on the neck instead of that ( habitual) tie.
oushi wrote: Every statement seem to be rough, inaccurate and misleading.
muni wrote:When there is mind percieving statement. Every word can mislead, not because of the word, but because of the grasping.
oushi wrote:Yes, information carried by word is irrelevant as long as it does not trigger care. Without care, there is not grasping, there simply is no point in it. If you care, you will grasp, even after liberation.
Care is fear for thing that will come. Connected with the idea that we can control phenomena, creates an opening for doubt and guilt. "Did I do it right?", "I could have done it better!". Right, and wrong, good and bad... duality creeps in creating an axis which is self.
Since it is impossible to find a perfect division, there is no point in trying to justify anything. There is no logical solution to the problem, and it all comes down to attitude. This way, without the needing to have a reasonable explanation, we can approach reality as perfect, and because it is not rooted in reason, it is perfect as long as we treat it as perfect.
"The pathless path
is the path always under our feet
and since that path is always beneath us,
if we miss it, how stupid!"
"This is It!" as long as we accept it as It. Attitude is the only factor involved. Thus being carefree is rooted in the Path.
Reality is Samsara if we see it as such. Reality is Nirvana if we see it as such.
Content remains the same, but attitude changes.
muni wrote:Ah what, you are right! I mean wrong, all what you say is just wrong.
Wrong, where is wrong?
muni wrote:As long as there is that conceptual world with its so's and so's, there are definitions which turn in statements, arguments, discussions. Nondual nature ( no agent who find it) is the aswer while striving to find clarity throught concepts maintains the idea of being able to describe.